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to the worse u.s. terror attacks since nine eleven that's an eye of brothers who spent around half their lives living in the us i believe to have carried out monday's twin explosions which killed three and wounded more than one hundred days later they were traced in a fierce manhunt us all one brother dead and the other critically wounded is now under armed guard i don't see it sure looks back at the week which kept boston in fear. mayhem took place here at an area still cordoned off at a sporting event that attracted tens of thousands of participants and thousands of spectators from all over the world two bombs went off just seconds apart from each other at the finishing line of the boston marathon the explosions were so strong to be some degree rooftops ripping off people's lives leaving three people dead and over one hundred seventy five people injured despite all of the money the united states spends on security it was a surveillance camera of a department store that helped pinpoint the two brothers behind the tragedy several
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memorials like this one have been set up throughout the city of boston to remember the victims of the three people who died including an eight year old boy and two young women a twenty nine and twenty three year old over a dozen victims remained in critical condition for several days many of them needing follow up surgeries despite having between the two suspects lived in an apartment on the third floor of this building in cam bridge now they came to the united states the true brothers of chechen origin back in two thousand and two the younger brother joe hart became a naturalized citizen on september eleventh last year the older brother had a green card dreamt of joining the united states olympics boxing team to get a passport all of the people who knew them were shocked to find out that they're the suspects in the bombings but law enforcement officials are saying that they had indications from the russian government to look into the identity of the older brother to milan they did in fact bring him in for questioning back in two thousand and eleven to try to establish any possible links to extremist groups at this time
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they released the older brother and of course now following the days after the bombings at the finishing line of the boston marathon law enforcement yet again tried to stab wish any possible links the brothers might have had with extremist groups after monday's bombings late on thursday afternoon the f.b.i. finally released photos of the two suspects the ended up coming out of their. fighting killing an mit officer hijacking a car releasing the person to whom that car belonged and got in a car chase with police the police officers said that the two brothers were throwing explosive devices out of their car and shooting over a dozen police officers were wounded as a result eventually the older brother twenty six year old to milan got out of the car to continue the shootout with the police officers the younger brother stayed in the car ended up running over his older brother getting a win the car which he eventually abandoned and was able to get away on foot in the
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meantime police officers captured to marilyn and took him to this hospital in boston suffering multiple injuries this is where he died shortly after one thirty am on friday morning and then president a manhunt for joe hart continued for over twenty hours involving thousands and thousands of federal and local law enforcement officers were currently in watertown just several minutes outside of boston now law enforcement officials have established a perimeter in this area going from door to door trying to locate joe harz whereabouts where they ended up with finding him was just a block away from the area they were searching he was hiding out in one of the houses in this area in a dry docked boat a local neighbor in the person living in this area saw a blood trail and led police to the area where just car was hiding now a helicopter off the officials was also able using heat signature technology to
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locate joe hart hiding out in this boat even though he was covering himself up now it's important to note that a two hour standoff and shootout between police and the heart continued eventually we know that there was negotiating attempts because the officials were very interested in getting him alive eventually they were able to arrest him take him into custody following his arrest your heart was taken to. the same hospital where his brother died also suffering severe injuries he's undergoing medical treatment under heavy security and officials are saying that the legal proceedings against him will begin as soon as he's able to communicate after a week filled with tragedy shock fear and a mass lockdown the city of boston has grieved out a sigh of relief but locals want to see justice and find out the motives behind the terror rocks that made so many question the illusion of safety they have been living under mr churkin r.t. massachusetts. the suspect's family claims they had been under f.b.i.
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surveillance for the pos five yes and refuses to believe the young men who carried out the atrocity are to travel to the north caucuses where the brothers parents now live to learn more about their backgrounds. that middle and set of naive and amateur boxer who dreamt of representing his adopted country the united states he claimed to have no american friends but married a local woman katherine and they shared a daughter by contrast his younger brother john had a period well adjusted popular in high school and even won a college scholarship yet sadly they were revealed as the main suspects in the boston marathon bombings their father was the first step bob to claim his two boys were set up i'm confident of my children's innocence and i'm not sure what have thought that he only god knows no one in the household ever owned any weapons i think my children may have been framed their mothers to be duds shared her biggest
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suspicion telling r.c. their her family was under constant aff be ice or valence raising the question why her sons were not stopped if they were supposedly planning terrorist or how nobody talked about the caribbean my son pounded on or got involved in the reagan years ago he was told by a b i like by five he knew they knew what my thought was the one they knew what action and what. they were going to how could it happen how could they they were conjoined we. never ever heard this is not my two sons are in an ethnically chechen that same night family first moved from kyrgyzstan to dagestan a republican russia's north caucasus this is the house where the brothers' parents live but now there is no one here that's not a nice family
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a voicing any contact with the media neighbors here are in deep shock at the news in does believe that any of this happening to the saturn i have family i know the brothers very well from the childhood we used to live in chechnya together was the neighbor. then we moved here i know they couldn't have carried out the attack and they couldn't have been involved in it they spent most of their lives in the us studied the works that they didn't have any links with the hobbyists and other militants the youngest brother joe hart on his plate of the social network spent back to mansion at this school number one in my high school and none of those places where he used to study however here are very few people remember that certain lives brothers. of the family came to darkest on in september two thousand and one with the boys from the old style school then they apparently managed to get papers to leave dark a stone they left in less than a year they didn't spend a long time here and they didn't grow up. in search of
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a new law an annual mission indeed after a decade in the us so hard became an american citizen last year but in that time something or someone made the top of my brothers seemingly turned against the nation which gave them asylum and wish they'd spent the most significant part of their lives by jenna bush no artsy reporting from brushes that could stand republic and to all activism davis once and believes in the boston attacks highlight shortcomings of the american national security strategy. there is a huge escalation in security and in spirit in police presence i mean there are there is was a horrific scene in boston but the response will be incredibly disproportionate we will see a funny intense upsurge in fear and to be an indian police and military presence this illusion that technology is going to save us that feeling our skies with drones and covering our buildings with surveillance cameras and treating every
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airport airline passenger as a potential terrorist is going to save us is to use an incredible delusion we have seen a predictable and predicted increase in terrorism throughout the course of the global war on the globe or the global war on terror as they call it you cannot fight a war against a tactic you cannot kill people. and eliminate. violence by other people in fact you have just the opposite effect as top u.s. military commanders have confessed. the revelation that the bus some bombing suspects self tests in a region has led to a quick shift in american attitude towards the region on r.t. dot com we have opinion on how the stand of the u.s. would trail of tension groups as freedom fighters change the nights to put them now as for oceans militants.
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the boston marathon attacks were not the only tragedy to hit the u.s. this week a powerful blast the ribs through a small texas town on wednesday after a fertilizer plant a caught fly am at least fourteen people lost their lives most of them emergency responders and almost two hundred were injured. but knowing the great idea there you can hear the explosion which is believed to have been an accident of flattened in time neighborhoods of the town of west
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leaving several schools and a nursing home in ruins a spokesman for the texan department of public safety was at the scene and described what he saw. i can tell you i was there i walked through the blast area i searched some houses earlier tonight massive just like iraq just like the murray building in oklahoma city same town and exploded so you can imagine what kind of damage we're looking out there. that is this is believed to have been caused by a monium nitrate a potentially explosive stone at the plant in large quantities fears of a toxic leak and further explosions led to a mass evacuation but now that people are returning to their homes there remains a question mock up upon seeing through than that of safety inspectors is a definite pattison from the school of medicine added was constant university things federal regulations are protecting business interests at the cost of human life. there's been this montreaux that we have to deregulate we have to take away
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regulations so business can thrive and obviously we see examples like this or fukushima for example where when we do that we suffer the consequences in the end and so i think and we're seeing it with the environmental protection agency today where they are promulgating new regulations if there is a mother who she learned trouble that will allow all of the cleanup to be in much more lax than it currently is and not force people to be moved out of the area because of radiation damage so there's this tremendous move. to to deregulate things to take away the powers of the e.p.a. and other regulatory agencies and i think that's a we're seeing now that that's a very dangerous precedent. the little time to celebrate a full venezuela's new leader as he gets a rough ride from his rivals as reports in a few minutes plus israeli police for
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a to hangup teenager in front of an angry palestinian crowd saying they just wanted to calm the protesters down to the details just ahead. wealthy british style. sometimes. markets why not. come to. find out what's really happening to the global economy with mike stronger for a no holds barred look at the global financial headlines tune in to conjure a report on our.
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blog about international and war in the very heart of moscow. welcome back you're watching r.t. nicolas maduro has taken the reins of power and one of the world's most all rich nations he was sworn in as venezuela's president on friday but it's been a rough start for the prodigy of the late good chavez as it's now a victory proper. prop hold him post-election violence that left seven people dead the government blames the opposition for instigating the clashes which erupted when
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thousands of supporters of my dearest main rival took to the streets they demanded a total vote recount the country's top electoral body finally agreed to a partial audit but cautioned that the poll result was irreversible dr william robinson a professor of sociology at california university says of the protests might be part of an ongoing effort to destabilize venezuela. this is not a new tactic on the part of washington another type of the. not a new tactic on the part of the new group of the venezuelan opposition and generally the far right in america which along through washington the idea is you have an all out to staples and this civilization campaign this is simply another tactic within the campaign there's been diplomatic isolation economic sabotage our military activity the attempted coup d'etat in two thousand and two massive us financing for the internal opposition including for property rights and for the organizations that he represents and so we see this very often when this all the
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action which is very close and when the united states wants to get rid of a government in this case from a dude with little government around an election it will launch violence and trying create chaos and instability and the united states will not recognize the results and this is the be at least of this is an incredible the focusing on the part of u.s. foreign policy because mexico just had elections in which there was massive fool because mexico's a close ally of the united states the u.s. immediately work recognizes the results only moved to georgia by opposition because for the researchers no moral authority whatsoever to talk about the going to sort of them elections even if the verge audience does come from the jurors victory the newly elected president who will have trouble maintaining his predecessor's popularity in latin america scholar miguel tinka solace told us about some of the challenges. i think it tells us that there are real problems in venezuela and that mother will have a very short period in which she has to begin to address these issues or will have to will have a confronting a crisis within his own party and among his own supporters he has to address head
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on the question of prying the question of inflation the question of infrastructure eliezer real issues that affect real venezuelans and although they felt the pain for a job is a significant number also now begin to criticize and to see them need to actually carry through and implement change i think we're going to see a continuation of venezuelans foreign policy i think there's a difference between criticizing us and being anti american i think will see a promotion of latin american policy the promotion of a multi-polar world that is the u.s. is not the dominant issue on their agenda they have relations with russia with china with europe with that with latin american countries and will see i think a continuity within that that's been part of the strength promoted by the chavez administration and my little recall was the foreign minister in charge of chavez's foreign policy so i very much see continuity during this period. and we've got more analysis on what the pros chargers landscape in venezuela could look like on our d.
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dot com don't miss out on the invision section there where you'll find dramatic pictures from the recent protests that along with plenty of other stories waiting for you on and live while you're there five star fundamentalism or fundamentalism take a look at how saudi arabia threats a jailed al qaeda extremist to a spot rather than a cell or to dot com explains why the government is more into peppery than imprisoning terrorists. formula ones a bus train grand prix is underway with clashes against the rays taking place just hours before it began of the mass protests in the days leading up to the event but activists angry that the lead sports is being used to muss the gulf kingdom's grave human rights abuses rallies for democratic reform have been ongoing for over two years often turning violent with more than seventy people killed on both sides a crackdown even makes sense to writing on twitter with the country's most famous
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human rights activism a real red jab behind bars for posting anti government messages are just part of work or imposed on his struggle. not long before his imprisonment bahrain's most famous human rights campaigner was in london talking to another prominent activist and whistleblower julian a son so we came here to london's ecuadorian embassy which the wiki leaks founder has been calling home for some ten months now in order to have a chance about the man at the forefront of bahrain's pro-democracy struggle i began by asking your son why he was so keen to invite me to be over job for an interview on his exclusive r.t. show brave has nine hundred thousand people. has one hundred fifty thousand twitter followers or is predominantly of the population. since you know the rest of the number of activists in the brain screen. but never were adjusted. trying to present
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a difference of rights was the most prominent voice for the brain spread speaking to julian assange over job was unequivocal about his determination to fight for democracy in bahrain if you have a goal and if you believed in the just tools you'll recall. you wouldn't you would overcome. difficulties and you know that the changes that you were fighting for it's been good for hundreds it's not an easy thing to change to achieve those changes you have to be willing to pay a price and my that price might be your life for to be over a job that price has become is freedom three months after that interview was that he was sentenced to three years behind bars but according to a staunch keeping him in prison on the current charges is going to be increasingly difficult for the bahraini government. cartoonish form of despotism developers' on
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the same standard criticizing you for a t.v. it's hard for the people with that much courage to come. you can't be cowards and so i think it's long term prospects the court could amnesty international have labeled him a prisoner of conscience but unless the international community wakes up to abuses in bahrain there's little hope that maybe over jobs going to be tasting freedom anytime soon boyko r t london's ecuadorian embassy. israeli police are being accused of using handcuffed palestinian teenager as a human shield as off a video emerged depicting how they paraded the youths to an angry crowd supposedly in an attempt to come to protest at all middle east cause one policy has the reports. on friday israeli police paraded this handcuffed palestinian youth during
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protests that were taking place in the palestinian neighborhood of abu dis which is on the outskirts of east jerusalem human rights groups have accused the army of using the child as a human shield defense for children international palestine has posted a video on you tube that shows helmeted is raided border policeman removing this young palestinian who is identified as mohammad asif interior from the army jeep and forcing him to stand both sides then with handcuffed hands raised above his head human rights groups have released a statement saying that the outrage that israeli soldiers continue to use palestinian children in this way as human shields with impunity the claim is that the teen was deliberately exposed to danger after he had been taken into custody and the israeli army spokesperson however has said that the move was to calm the violence especially after four hundred palestinian protesters attacked an israeli border police vehicle for almost four hours earlier this week palestinians mocked
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the annual palestinian prisoners day and this was possible the palestinian national council back in one nine hundred seventy four as a means of consolidating efforts to support palestinian prisoners who are currently being held in israeli jails on wednesday about three thousand palestinian prisoners refuse they food this is in solidarity with the event at the same time activists told fifty meters of a prison fence that also a prison which is on the outskirts of ramallah in the west bank where they mounted a palestinian flag and this forced the i.d.f. as well as israeli border police to use why it control measures to disperse the group also in gaza hundreds of people marched from gaza city to the offices of the international committee of the red cross the palestinian authority has saved and urgently to the european union foreign policy chief catherine ashton calling for a prompt intervention to save the life of prisoners in israeli. generals who are currently conducting a hunger strike the most notable among them is
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a prison or something or other is sol we who has been striking for some three hundred days there are four thousand nine hundred palestinians who are currently held in israeli jails hundred sixty eight of them are under administrative detention without charge or trial. let's not take a look at some other world news that the sunday the number of deaths in the latest massive as quake hit to hit the china's sichuan province has now reached two hundred and three with over eleven thousand more injured the rescue operation is being hampered by traffic gridlock and aftershocks from saturday's six point six magnitude quake which over the details. thousands of people be seizing new delhi's a police headquarters for a second day over the rape and torture of a five year old girl suspects have been arrested but there is the public anger at officials for failing to immediately investigate and the child was reported missing the incident is the latest this is the gang rape of a student on a bus last december. and fourteen hundred dollars
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a pair ounce of gold is helping feel the colombian civil war if you minutes are takes you to the roots of the run. on know who lazy bureaucratic and trivial censorship strikes again but this time in russia a bill has been signed into law that will put fines of individuals or legal into these for using vulgar already in the media one major flaw of many with this is that they really don't know which words are going to be considered vulgar i guess
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these words are so awful that they cannot even write them down i'm not naive there has always been and will always be censorship but this where would list is just silly there is a common expression on the russian internet that russian mainstream media could accept more and i was asian of society russian t.v. does have all the bloody violent action movies. as well as scandalous talk shows which are kind of like freak shows and plenty of reality t.v. where young people pretty much act like subhuman animals in a cage they've got all that so the government is basically saying that if some guy on t.v. because there are twenty people blooded limbs flying that that is totally ok for television unless they come out for bid swear while doing it you can show brainless materialistic dimwits sweeping and fighting with everything that moves on a reality show but if they say that one magic three letter russian word then it is over the line this is not a logical way to conduct censorship but that's just my opinion.
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download the official publication yourself choose your language stream quality and enjoy your favorites. if you're away from your television just doesn't matter with your mobile device you can watch on t.v. anytime anywhere. for the past ten years colombia has welcomed foreign capital with open arms in his turn the new president juan manuel santos places mining at the center of his development model in bogota be independent expert euro denounces and insist trees relationship between the multinationals and the colombian political class.
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know it but it isn't just an impression it's a reality that there exists a very strong link between these companies and the political elite and they serve the interests of the big multinationals. marked in red on the map of the country the land requested for mining concessions a vast area the multinationals bagged the major part of the mining rights about seventy percent of the andes is tenured all covered by requests for mining concessions well you know if they when we see that it's easy to imagine that we're all going to find ourselves expropriated where are we going to grow the colombian people's food yet what's going to happen to our regions if that's so that it's a completely irrational gamble that. the mining permits are already allocated but the big companies aren't yet mining beyond these gold.


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